“Twin 6 inch naval guns sat here in this menacing lump of concrete on the cliffs just before it turns into Trimingham where the Radar station was and is. This was built in about 1941 to protect the coast from Nazi Sea menace trying to steal our cornets and 99s. The beach was totally wired and defences plopped into the water to stop any landings. Now it’s mouldering away bricked up. It wasn’t in the 1970s when my friend Tim came here to look for damp porn mags the bigger boys had left behind amidst the crisp packets and fag ends in the mouldering remains of an unlocked past”.
Open Edition – Giclée Printed 6″ x 9″ on A4 Hahnemuhle Art Rag.
Supplied flat in a cello bag with backing board, in a rigid board-backed envelope.
Coasting Series. Ref: 9180
Colour of print will vary from screen view due to material and pigment type compared to RGB screen colour profile.